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Michigan Supreme Court to Resolve Septic System Dispute
Worth Township is located in a picturesque region of Michigan on the shore of Lake Huron. A popular vacation destination, it is home to many small plots of land with cottages and homes along the Lake. The township developed without its own public sewerage system and residents installed their own private septic tanks. The existing system of private, individual septic tanks on small, dense plots of land is not sustainable, and many of the septic tanks are failing, contaminating Lake Huron with raw sewage discharges.

The Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act (NREPA) prohibits the discharge of injurious substances into state waters and due to the fact that the septic systems within Worth Township’s borders are failing, causing sewage to discharge into Lake Huron. Therefore, the township is responsible for the discharge under NREPA.

 
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